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The Colorado Supreme Court has declined to hear a court-appointed receiver's appeal on licensing requirements and its ability to automatically discharge itself from a case where it was overseeing cannabis businesses by surrendering a state cannabis license.
In a May petition for writ of certiorari, Sterling Consulting Corp. took issue with one of two opinions by the Colorado Court of Appeals — dubbed Yates I and Yates II — both of which stem from a divorce case.
The Colorado Supreme Court did not provide a reason for denying the petition.
Sterling Consulting said the first published opinion held it needed a state-issued license to be a receiver of a marital estate that included marijuana-related business "with no exceptions" after state regulators intervened to challenge its appointment by a trial court judge.